Changes at Shoal Bay Beach Hotel
There is a major resort upgrade going on at Shoal Bay East. New fantastical tropic swimming pool, an elegant wide entryway leading to new office, palm trees everywhere, heritage pavers for all the walkways, patios and driveways, new building on the water for watersports plus a bar and grill, lush new landscaping, new kitchens and colorful decor and bedding in the suites - this is what is happening at Shoal Bay Beach Hotel. Snap shot of work in progress.
As of May, 2000, the pool, the watersports center and the palms are done and work continues feverishly on the pavers and gardens. Landscaping was designed by architect John Fillhart of Miami, who also did the Frangipani Beach Club.
According to manager Dorothy Pickering, the resort has 26 one-bedroom suites and a two-bedroom suite. The suites feature sitting and dining areas, bathrooms with shower, cable TV, radio, telephone, and fully equiped kitchens. Bedrooms has queen beds or two twins. All rooms have a terrace or balcony facing directly onto Shoal Bay beach. The deluxe beachfront suites offer air conditioning.
Rates from January 3 to April 15, 2001 vary from $285 to $625, with rates from April 16 to December 19, 2001 from $125 to $275. All rates US$, plus government hotel tax and 10% service charge. Visa/Mastercard/American Express accepted.
January, 2001 Update
Here are some pictures of the finished pool area and living rooms:
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